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KELLY, Edward (1854-1880)
always known as Ned Kelly bushranger was born at Wallan, Victoria, in 1854. His father, who had been transported from Ireland to Tasmania, came to Victoria and married a Miss ...
KELLY, Frederick Septimus (1881-1916)
oarsman and musician son of Thomas Herbert Kelly, woolbroker, was born at 47 Phillip Street, Sydney, on 29 May 1881. He was sent to England and educated at Eton, where he stroked ...
KELLY, Michael (1850-1940)
Roman Catholic archbishop of Sydney son of a master mariner, was born at Waterford, Ireland, on 13 February 1850. Educated for the priesthood at St Peter's College, Wexford, and ...
KENDALL, Henry (1839-1882)
poet was born near Ulladulla, New South Wales, on 18 April 1839. He was registered as Thomas Henry Kendall, but never appears to have used his first name. Another name, Clarence, ...
KENNEDY, Edmund Besley Court (1818-1848)
explorer was born in 1818 and was appointed an assistant surveyor of crown lands at Sydney in 1840. He was second in command of Sir T. L. Mitchell's (q.v.) exploration party, ...
KENNERLEY, Alfred (c. 1810-1897)
premier of Tasmania was born about the year 1810. He was a man of means who came from England to Australia when young and settled in New South Wales. He removed to Hobart, became ...
KENNION, George Wyndham (1845-1922)
Anglican bishop of Adelaide son of George Kennion, M.D., and Catherine, daughter of J. F. Fordyce, was born at Harrogate, England, on 5 September 1845. He was educated at Eton and ...
KERFERD, George Briscoe (1831-1889)
(The printed D.A.B. had his name listed as 'Kerford'. ebook Editor.)premier of Victoria son of G. B. Kerferd, merchant, was born at Liverpool in 1831. He was educated at the ...
KERNOT, William Charles (1845-1909)
engineer son of Charles Kernot, chemist, formerly member of the legislative assembly for Geelong, was born at Rochford, Essex, England, on 16 June 1845. He was educated at the ...
KIDMAN, Sir Sidney (1857-1935)
pastoralist was born near Adelaide on 9 May 1857. He was educated at private schools at Norwood, and at 13 years of age bought a one-eyed horse for £2 10s., and set out for New ...
KIDSTON, William (1849-1919)
premier of Queensland was born at Falkirk, Scotland, on 27 August 1849, the third son of an irondresser. Educated at the local school, Kidston was apprenticed at 13 years of age ...
KING, James (c. 1800-c. 1860)
pioneer was born probably about the end of the eighteenth century, left Scotland in 1826 as a free settler possessed of capital, and arrived in Sydney early in 1827. He went into ...
KING, Philip Gidley (1758-1808)
third governor of New South Wales was born at Launceston, Cornwall, on 23 April 1758, the son of Philip King, draper, and his wife, a daughter of John Galley, attorney-at-law. ...
KING, Phillip Parker (1791-1856)
rear-admiral and explorer was the eldest son of Philip Gidley King (q.v.), third governor of New South Wales, and his wife Anna Josepha, daughter of Mr Coombes of Bedford. He was ...
KINGSLEY, Henry (1830-1876)
novelist was born at Barnack rectory, Northamptonshire, on 2 January 1830, the youngest brother of Charles Kingsley, novelist and poet. Their father, the Rev. Charles Kingsley the ...
KINGSTON, Charles Cameron (1850-1908)
statesman was the son of Sir George Strickland Kingston (1807-80), and his wife Ludovina Catherine da Silva, daughter of Lieut.-colonel Charles G. Cameron. Sir George Kingston was ...
KNIBBS, Sir George Handley (1858-1929)
first Commonwealth statistician and first director of the Commonwealth institute of science and industry son of John Handley Knibbs, was born at Sydney on 13 June 1858. He joined ...
KNIGHT, John George (c. 1820-1892)
architect and administrator was the son of John Knight, a well-known London engineer, and was born probably about the year 1820. He became an engineer and for a time was ...
KNIGHT, John James (1863-1927)
journalist was born at Hartley, Staffordshire, England, on 7 June 1863. At the age of 11 he went to New Zealand, and worked as a boy in the mechanical department of the Bruce ...
KNOX, Sir Adrian (1863-1932)
chief justice of the high court of Australia was born at Sydney on 27 November 1863. His father, Sir Edward Knox (1820-1901), was born in Denmark of English parents in 1820. ...
KREFFT, Johann Ludwig Gerard (1830-1881)
naturalist was born at Brunswick, Germany, on 17 February 1830. He was educated in his native town, and as a youth was much interested in art and wished to study painting. He was, ...
LA TROBE, Charles Joseph (1801-1875)
lieutenant-governor of Victoria was born in London on 20 March 1801. His father, the Rev. C. I. La Trobe, was a Moravian minister who married a Miss Sims of Yorkshire, and their ...
LALOR, Peter (1827-1889)
leader of the Eureka rebellion and politician was born at Tinakill, Queen's County, Ireland, in 1827 (the date is sometimes given as 1823 but 1827 is more usual, and the notices ...
LAMB, Sir Horace (1849-1934)
mathematician son of John Lamb, was born at Stockport, Cheshire, England, on 27 November 1849. Educated at Stockport Grammar School, Owens College, Manchester, and Trinity ...
LAMBERT, George Washington Thomas (1873-1930), the third name was never used
artist was born at St Petersburg, Russia, on 13 September 1873, the fourth child and only son of George Washington Lambert, an American engineer who went to Russia to assist in ...
LANDSBOROUGH, William (c. 1825-1886)
explorer was the third son of the Rev. David Landsborough, naturalist and writer. He was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, about the year 1825, came to Australia when a young man, and ...
LANE, William (1861-1917)
social reformer was born at Bristol, England, on 6 September 1861. His father was Protestant Irish and worked in a nursery, his mother was English. When Lane was born his father ...
LANG, John (1817-1864)
first native-born Australian novelist was born at Parramatta, probably in 1817. He was educated at Sydney College, and is mentioned in the chapter "My School Days" in Rolf ...
LANG, John Dunmore (1799-1878)
politician, miscellaneous writer, and early clergyman was born at Greenock, Scotland, on 24 or 25 August 1799, the son of William Lang and his wife, Mary Dunmore. Both sides of ...
LAPÉROUSE, Jean Francois Galaup, Comte de (1741-1788)
explorer was born at Albi, France, on 23 August 1741. His name is usually spelt La Pérouse, but Ernest Scott has pointed out that Lapérouse and later members of his family wrote ...
LAWES, William George (1839-1907)
missionary was born at Aldermaston Berkshire, England, on 1 July 1839. He was educated at a school connected with the Congregational Church at Mortimer West, and at 14 went to ...
LAWSON, Abercrombie Anstruther (c. 1871-1927)
botanist fourth son of William Lawson, was born in Fife, Scotland, in or about the year 1871. He went to Glasgow University as a medical student, became interested in botany, and ...
LAWSON, Henry (1867-1922)
short story writer and poet was born in a tent near Grenfell, New South Wales, on 17 June 1867. His birth is officially registered as Henry Lawson, but his name has sometimes been ...
LAWSON, William (1774-1850)
explorer was born in 1774 and came to Sydney, an ensign in the New South Wales Corps, in 1800. He was stationed at Norfolk Island between 1802 and 1805, was promoted to lieutenant ...
LEA, Arthur Mills (1868-1932)
entomologist was born at Sydney on 10 August 1868. He worked first for a firm of chartered accountants at Sydney but, having taken up entomology as a hobby, he joined the ...
LEACH, John Albert (1870-1929)
ornithologist son of W. Leach, was born at Ballarat on 19 March 1870. He was educated at the Creswick grammar school and the university of Melbourne, where he graduated B.Sc. and ...
LEAKE, George (1856-1902)
premier of Western Australia a member of a well-known Western Australian family, was born at Perth in 1856. His grandfather, George Leake, came to Perth with the pioneers in 1829, ...
LEDGER, Charles (1818-1906)
noted for his work in connexion with quinine was born at London on 4 March 1818. After leaving school he went to South America and in 1836 was a clerk in a British merchant's ...
LEE-STEERE, Sir James George (1830-1903)
speaker legislative assembly, Western Australia was born at Ockley, Surrey, England, on 4 July 1830. His father was a leading resident and landed proprietor in the county. After ...
LEEPER, Alexander (1848-1934)
educationist son of the Rev. Alexander Leeper, canon of St Patrick's cathedral Dublin, was born on 3 June 1848. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated B.A. ...
LEES, Harrington Clare (1870-1929)
Anglican archbishop of Melbourne eldest son of William Lees, J.P., Ashton-under-Lyne, England, and his wife, Emma, daughter of William Clare, M.D., was born on 17 March 1870. He ...
LEFROY, Sir Henry Bruce (1854-1930)
premier of Western Australia was born at Perth on 24 March 1854. His father, Anthony O'Grady Lefroy, C.M.G., born in 1818, was secretary to Governor Fitzgerald from 1849 to 1853, ...
LEGGE, William Vincent (1840-1918)
ornithologist son of Robert Vincent Legge, was born at Cullenswood. Tasmania, on 2 September 1840. He was taken to England when a child and educated at Bath, in France and ...
LEICHHARDT, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig (1813-1848)
explorer, always known as Ludwig Leichhardt was born at Trebatsch, Prussia, on 23 October 1813. His father, Christian Hieronymus Matthias Leichhardt, was an inspector of ...
LENNOX, David (1788-1873)
bridge-builder was born at Ayr, Scotland, in 1788. He became a stonemason. had much experience working on bridges designed by the well-known engineer, Thomas Telford, and possibly ...
LEWIN, John William (1770-1819)
first field naturalist and first engraver in Australia was born in London in 1770. His father, William Lewin, was also an artist and naturalist, his Birds of Great Britain in ...
LEWIS, David Edward (1866-1941)
public benefactor son of Dafydd Lewis, a carpenter, was born at Llanrhystyd, near Aberystwyth, Wales, on 7 March 1866. His mother died at his birth, his father when he was nine ...
LEWIS, Sir Neil Elliott (1858-1935)
premier of Tasmania son of Neil Lewis, was born at Hobart on 27 October 1858. He was educated at the high school, Hobart, took the diploma of associate of arts with gold medal, ...
LIGHT, William (c. 1786-1839)
founder of Adelaide was born about the year 1786 either on the island of Salang or in the territory of Kedah, and spent his first six years at Penang. His father, Captain Francis ...
LILLEY, Sir Charles (1830-1897)
premier and chief justice of Queensland was born at Newcastle on Tyne, England, on 27 May 1830, the son of Thomas Lilley. He was educated at University College, London, and ...
LINDSAY, David (1856-1922)
explorer son of Captain John Scott Lindsay formerly of Dundee, Scotland, was born at Goolwa, South Australia, on 20 June 1856. He entered the state government survey department in ...
LINDSAY, Ruby
See DYSON, William Henry


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